The team at the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation has accepted and taken the #TogetherAtHome Challenge, which is supporting their COVID-19 Healthcare Relief Fund.
The challenge is inspired by the upcoming One World: Together At Home online concert, spearheaded by the Global Citizen group, being held Saturday, April 18.
The challenge itself has three aspects:
1. Post encouraging lyrics from your favourite Together at Home artist
2. Tag the Foundation and add a link to their COVID-19 Healthcare Relief Fund: https://give.classy.org/ckhacovid19
3. Post and tag three people, organizations or businesses to do the same
On Friday, April 10, the CKHA Foundation posted the following video, which you can see below:
Mary Lou Crowley, the executive director at the CKHA Foundation, accepted the challenge from her team, and posted the following video on social media:
More details about the challenge, here: https://t.co/dQaIKlA10n
— Mary Lou Crowley (@ML_Crowley) April 10, 2020
The Sydenham Current got on board with the challenge as well:
More details about the challenge, here: https://t.co/YUZQuB6LXL
— Sydenham Current (@SydenhamCurrent) April 9, 2020
Dana Haggith, owner of the Sydenham Current, accepted the challenge and posted the following photo on social media:
Bill Wolsing, the chair of the Wallaceburg Antique Motor and Boat Outing (WAMBO), accepted the challenge as well:
For more details about the #TogetherAtHome CKHA Foundation Challenge, click here.